Congresses and workshops 2010
Meetings, Congresses and Events organized by or with participation of the GFZ in the year 2010
Geothermal Energy and CO2 Storage: Synergy or Competition?
The aim of the conference is an objectification on the current discussion on synergies and the competitive use of the underground.
European Geothermal PhD-Day 2010
The PhD-Day aims on the one hand at exchanging knowledge and ideas and on the other hand at establishing a network among European PhD-students working in geothermal research.
Next SOLARIS Workshop: 10-12 March 2010. The aim of the workshop is to update activities of the SPARC working group on solar variability (SOLARIS).
Workshop Quantitative applications of soil spectroscopy
This workshop from April 15th to 16th 2010 aims at gathering european and international soil spectral experts and students in the field in the frame of the meeting of the EUFAR Expert Working Group in Hyperspectral applications for soil.
Hyquapro Meeting 04: April 20-21 2010. The aim of the meeting is to update activities of the JRA2 Working Group on Quality layers for airborne hyperspectral imagery and data products (HYQUAPRO)
Energy Supply - Status and strategies
ILP Second Potsdam Conference
Geo Visual Analytics Workshop
Geo Visual Analytics Workshop: 5 October 2010 at the German Centre for Geosciences (GFZ) in Potsdam, Germany
The workshop aims to take the next step beyond VisMaster to facilitate an agreement upon concepts and methods of Geo Visual Analytics, to define a research roadmap and to identify opportunities for collaborations to establish a well-networked European Geo Visual Analytics Network which can respond to funding opportunities in a timely manner.
GRACE Science Team Meeting 2010
November 11/12, 2010: The GRACE Science Team Meeting (GSTM) took place at the German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ) in Potsdam, Germany, with more than 140 participants. Further details such as the Session Program or the Meeting Proceedings can be found here.
Full contents of former GSTMs can be found at UTCSR (Center for Space Research at the University of Texas, Austin, USA).